Cameron, a Life Scout in Troop 424 of Katy, Texas, wrote a letter encouraging his fellow Scouts to slow down and enjoy the journey to Eagle.
While I commend your fellow Eagle Scouts who earned their badge at 13, 14 or 15, those 16- and 17-year-old Eagle Scouts impress me just as much.
It was the most beautiful Pinewood Derby car the pack had ever seen. And it was clear that a parent helped build it. But isn't that the point?
Proper uniforming is a worthy pursuit, but sometimes that pursuit takes a turn with comments that aren't friendly, courteous or kind. Let's discuss.
Physical, construction-based Eagle Scout projects are great. But an Eagle Scout project doesn't have to be permanent to have a lasting impact.
So much in life these days is simulated that something real and authentic stands out. Thank goodness for Scouting, says Eagle Scout Steven Madigan.
These days it’s hard to trust the driver in the next lane, the teenager swiping your credit card at the drive-thru or the stranger reading your Facebook and Twitter
Whenever a new merit badge comes out, a handful of well-meaning volunteers usually ask that question. “If you’re adding Welding merit badge,” they write,